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This is VERY timely! While I’m not new to this (west indian family - been dipping my mangos in salt water since a toddler), I just got back from L.A. and was introduced to the Mangonada.
On our hikes and kayak trips we often take a small selection of cheeses that pair well with easily carried fruits. Apples, pears, grapes, dried apricots and blueberries are light and travel well. You want hardier cheeses that can be easily sliced and don’t need refrigeration for a day’s journey.
I’d bet it would turn out ok, but it sounds like the sort of thing that someone would only make if they were really stoned and didn’t have much in the way of ingredients. Otherwise, it doesn’t sound better than the usual chocolate/wheat mixtures like cakes and brownies and pies.
The audiences kept going so apeshit for Hulk-vs-Loki that I didn't know he said "puny god" until the third time I saw the movie.
And the Ragnarok callback to the beating, years later, is about the best thing in that movie.
The moment he turned around and said “I’ve got you ma’am” to the flight attendant melted my heart. But the rest of it was absolutely horrible. One of the saddest things about the last four years is how the ahole in chief taught Americans to openly hate each other and removed the shame that previously stopped most idiot… Read more
I sincerely believe that Hulk smashing the ever-loving shit out of Loki is my children’s’ generation’s “Indiana Jones brings a gun to a sword fight” moment. Just an absolute adrenaline/dopamine rush that comes from the good guy emphatically winning after getting kicked around for the whole movie.
The food historian Rachel Laudan, who lived in Hawaii for many years and wrote extensively about its food, has another idea: “Instead of saying, ‘Why is it so odd that people in Hawaii or people in Korea or people in the Philippines eat Spam and like it,’ the question is: Why did it become such an object of deep… Read more